2008 Ford F-350 Super Duty Lariat with Twin Turbos and Over 800 Horsepower in Street Mode and Over 1100 Horsepower in High Performance Mode. Dy no Tune print out available upon request. The engine in this truck is totally built with Speed Pro Pistons, Comp Cam, Balanced Low End, B&K Rods, Titanium Push Rods, Big Heads, and Twin Injectors as well as a large G Reedy Inter Cooler. In addition to being balanced this engine was also line decked and shot penned. Each Turbo produces over 40 pounds of Boost for a total of over 80 pounds of usable Boost.  Over 32 grand invested in this engine. She features a Pro Comp 10 inch lift with twin Fox Shocks all around, plus Air Bags and on board compressor. All riding on Fuel Wheels and Nitto 37.5 inch tires that are over 17.5 inches wide. A full spare and wheel is included and is mounted on a Smittybilt Roof rack. This truck has all the amenities, Leather Seats, Cruse Control, Dual Climate Controls, Air Conditioning, Power Rear Window, a 2500 Watt Stereo System with 16 Kicker Speakers. Weather Tech Floor Mats and Power and Heated Seating. Power and Extendable Mirrors, with Adjustable Steering Column and Adjustable Throttle Positioning. The interior is clean. This truck has been featured in three OFF ROAD magazines and has won numerous Car & Truck Shows. The electronics are impressive as well with two Super Chip Computers and an on Board Live Wire System that allows for independent programming if required. An Allison six speed transmission with a Smith transfer case and Yukon 550 Carbide Axles and Gears along with Detroit Lockers. This truck is totally built from bumper to bumper, speaking of bumpers she also has a Ranch Hand Heavy Duty Front Bumper with an 85 Thousand Candle Power LED Cree Light Bar, up top she has a 285 Thousand Candle Power LED Cree OFF ROAD Light bar as well as two Spyder 125 Watt Spots. This is a serious truck and she can haul the mail.


Location: Wilson, North Carolina, United States

See listing: 2008 Ford F 350 Lariat Super Duty Twin Turbo (from May 7, 2016)